1/29/2012 Evening Edition

EUBANKS: Recruiting Puts Pressure On Top High Schoolers
KELLEY: What’s The Smell? Vile Venom On Recruiting Message Boards
SEGREST: Top Prospects Could Change The Shape Of The SEC Recruiting Race
FOX: Rivalries Run Strong On Recruiting Trail
MULHERN: Wisconsin’s Recruiting Class Not Exactly Classic
LE BATARD: Paterno No Hero Or Villain, Just Human
KORMAN: O’Brien’s Time With Terps Helped Him Prepare For Challenge Ahead
PETERSON: Tales From Football Recruiting Trail
ADAMS: Past Recruiting Disasters Still Plague Vols
SKRETTA: Kansas Gambles On Weis To Rebuild Football Program
NOHE: Seminoles Could Have Best Recruiting Class
BABB: Green-Beckham Is More Than Just A Top-Rated Football Recruit
TRAMEL: Packers, OSU Cowboys’ Seasons Went Splat In The Heart
MCLAUGHLIN: Mizzou Could Lock Up Green-Beckham Decision To Choose Arkansas
BURCH: Top Football Recruiting Classes Have A Way Of Faltering
CHRISTOPHERSON: QB Recruit Ready To Put In The Work For Huskers
PAULINE: Risers & Sliders From Senior Bowl

‘Perfect Storm’ Sends LSU Recruiting Rankings Tumbling
Alabama Picks Up Three 2013 Commitments
Richt & His Entourage Of UGA Coaches Visit Auburn & Alabama Recruits
Ducks find Recruiting Offensive Linemen On National Level A Challenge
Latu Commits To Oklahoma
Robinson Ready To Help Auburn’s Run Game
Addazio Staying At Temple
Tide Looks To Improve Kicking Game With Griffith
KeiVarae Russell A Natural Leader
Class Of 2013 DT Caleb Brantley Commits To Florida
Michigan State Spartans Securing Talent For Future
Georgia Hits The Home Stretch Awaiting Some Key Recruits
Prater Is A Wildcat
North Carolina Football Coach Is Eager To Rebuild Program
Wisconsin Coach Bret Bielema Gets Contract Extension
‘A Memorial For Joe’ To Re-Air At 7 a.m. ET Tuesday
Illini Land Two Commits
Pitt Receives Verbal Commitment From Wisc. Lineman
SMU Gives QB Kyle Padron A Release From His Scholarship

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